for a Chanukah song that was antithetical to Chanukah and Nature
What's cool about an ice menorah: reflections in the ice — it floats!! — a renewable resource — meditatiom on our melting glaciers...
The dreidel v. the grogger.
Rebbe Nachman's explanation for why we spin the Dreidel. Those letters on the Dreidel mean something completely different than you thought. Mind-blowing...
Some reflections on the meaning of Chanukah.
Three Hanukkah teachings about holy darkness, in Times of Israel, with more links
A Skolier nigun for Ana Bekhoach used for meditating on the Chanukah candles.
Two popular Chanukah songs with opposite theologies, but both have problems
We need to savor the darkness, not banish it.
A nigun taken from Ma'oz Tzur
, as sung by Berkeley's Richard Kaplan
A blessing for people who use this site from Reb Naftali Citron, rabbi of the Carlebach Shul.